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Being Grateful is What Gets the Ball Rolling
Gratitude is what fuels the universe.
By channeling increased energy and awareness into your own self-care you have started your ascent to new levels of robust health and joy!
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~ Dane Findley
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“Even though you like what’s happening now doesn’t mean that you still don’t want greater stimulation. The perfect creative stance is: satisfaction where I am and eagerness for more.” ––Abraham-Hicks
Opportunities to Feel Appreciation and Experience Robust Health
Some lifestyle habits are more important than others.
Life tends to flow more joyfully when these good habits are prioritized:
1. Grateful for Improved Nutrition
Your daily diet is the single, most-important strategy for reducing inflammation and the risk of accelerated aging.
2. Appreciative for Improved Sleep
Sleep is a crucial component of intelligent recovery. During deep sleep is when your body repairs itself most optimally.
3. Grateful for Improved Movement
Exercise is more important than ever because our culture is more sedentary than ever.
Most people radically overestimate how physically active they are (especially when compared to our ancestors).
Pilates body-conditioning sessions and group interval training classes are designed to create better:
- spinal alignment
4. Grateful for an Improved Psyche
The amount of joy you feel in life correlates with your willingness to continually find better ways of metabolizing life’s daily little anxieties.
Gratitude is the sensitive understanding of the value of something. It’s recognizing and enjoying the positive qualities of a particular person or circumstance. The more you practice feeling grateful, the easier it gets and the better at it you become.